Jacobs Transportation Design Project Manager in Orlando, Florida
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In this role, you would support one of our long-term transportation clients by managing their consultants who are doing the design work for transportation infrastructure projects. You would be our client’s trusted advisor to lead all aspects of their projects within a portfolio of projects. That includes roadway, bridges, stormwater, sidewalks, pedestrian/trail, pipeline rehabilitation. You will have all of Jacobs’ deep technical resources at your disposal to be successful and continue to grow professionally. The importance of this position requires working at our client’s Downton Sanford, Fl office.
Join us and we’ll assist in continuing the development of your skills and exploring all that you can do across our global company.
Here’s What You’ll Need:
License as a Professional Engineer (P.E.) in Florida
At least 5 years of experience in Project Management with emphasis in transportation infrastructure engineering design.
Prior experience with FDOT standards and procedures.
Working knowledge of federal and state design guidelines.
Knowledge of Seminole County guidelines is a plus.
Skillful in communications, both oral and written, including email correspondence
Ability to work in client office (Sanford, FL) and manage portfolio of projects.
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